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  • Michael Taylor

    Extreme weather

  • Renee Bubetz

    Tornado & Lightning Lightning can serve as a natural sensing tool that allows scientists to understand what else could be happening in a storm Image Credit: F. Smith God's Art...........

  • Skye

    Amazing photo of a tornado storm with lightning strikes.

  • New Horizon Treasures ~

    "Respect Mother Nature, she can surely shit a storm." (Sent to Fox-Atlanta: Was sent to them from someone in Chattanooga when tornadoes went through. March 2012)

  • Narda

    Funnel cloud and lightning. Tornado storm in Tennessee

  • Magan Elizabeth Scott

    Chattanooga tornado, March 2012......tornados have always scared me a lot, but God even makes destructive things beautiful!

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